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Enrollment Open for Career Tech’s Fall 2024 Basic Machining Training

Career Tech’s Adult Education program has announced that it is currently enrolling students for its Basic Machining Training course scheduled for the fall of 2024. This course aims to equip participants with essential skills in CNC (Computer Numerical Control) Lathe and CNC Mill Operations.

The program recently celebrated the successful certification of its previous class, where students achieved qualifications in both NIMS CNC Lathe and CNC Mill Operations, affirming Career Tech’s commitment to providing industry-standard training in the machining sector.

For those interested in advancing their skills in machining or seeking a career change, this training offers an excellent opportunity. More information about the program, enrollment details, and course specifics can be found on their website: Career Tech Adult Education.

Located in Franklin County, PA, Career Tech emphasizes practical, hands-on learning experiences designed to prepare adults for successful careers in various technical fields, including machining. The program is recognized for fostering a supportive learning environment and aiding students in achieving their career goals.

Photo credits to Franklin County Career and Technology Center

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